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Log files are special text files that contain information about what the program did or did not do during a trading session. They are created in order to help you control the processes taking place in X-Feeder. A log file is a series of text messages composed as a usual sentence, with the description of a particular action that the program executed (or the reasons why it could not execute it).
X-Feeder maintains several types of log files:
Action log file
The action log file is supported for each channel separately. It contains the list of all bets the program placed in the channel, and also the information about these bets and the procedure that initiated them.
You can quickly access a channel's log file by clicking on the status bar section with the corresponding name.
In the window that will open you will see two panels, one for Standard and another for Turbo mode of the game. You will see all messages that were recorded for both channels since the last time you started the software.
If you want to access the full log file for that day, open "Settings" and in the "General Options" tab click on the appropriate button.
Test statement file
A new record to this file is added each time a test bet is settled or a transfer of test money is completed. The file is then used by X-Feeder for showing your "Test Account Statement". The file has a strictly defined structure and it is NOT recommended to open and edit it manually.
Trigger log files
Trigger log files and trigger variable log files are created and recorded when you have at least one active trigger. Read more here.
Where they are stored
The files are stored in a folder named "logs". This folder can be found in the directory where you installed X-Feeder. Note: if you are running Windows Vista, it is crucial that you don't install X-Feeder in "Program Files" and on your desktop, because in that case Windows won't let the software create and update the log files.